The Lambertville Historical Society will be showing a series of photographs from the area’s frist high profile photographer.
John A. Anderson was Lambertville’s first well-known photographer, with many of his pictures taken between 1890 – 1915. An exhibit of his high-resolution works will be held at the James Wilson Marshall House Museum, located at 60 Bridge Street, beginning on Sept. 9 from 1 – 4 PM. It will then be held every Saturday and Sunday until Oct. 29.
“You’ll see exceptional images of Lambertville as it transitioned to the 20th century, as well as unforgettable portraits, artistic works, travel photos and botany studies,” the society said online.
“Reference materials include Anderson’s scrapbook and articles he wrote about photography and history.”
Just across the Delaware River from New Hope, the New Jersey town is considered an extension of the Pennsylvania town it neighbors. Full of arts, culture, and unique stores, a walk over the bridge gives visitors access to a one-of-a-kind community.
“This FREE exhibit is a must see if you love Lambertville, old photographs, and local history!”
Learn more about the exhibit at the Lambertville Historical Society.